The final step in the purchase process is the installation. An installation professional will contact you to set up an appointment to install your new countertop. Prior to your installation appointment, please ensure that:
- Existing countertops are removed and plumbing, gas and/or electrical connections are disconnected. You are responsible for making these arrangements (either through The Home Depot or your own provider).
- A clear path is created through your home for easy access to the installation area and for removal of debris.
- Items in base cabinets are removed.
- Living areas, furniture, entryways and vents are covered to contain dust and debris.
- All breakables, such as lamps, vases, mirrors, wall hangings, antiques or other valuables are removed from the installation area.
On the day of your installation appointment, our installation professional will install your new Heirloom Wood Countertops. After your installation is completed, the installer will remove installation-related debris. The immediate area will be cleaned and left in “broom-clean” condition.
Finally, the installer will review the warranty on your new Heirloom Wood Countertop and provide you with Care and Maintenance instructions. You will receive a copy of these instructions along with a Care and Maintenance Kit.
Any plumbing reconnections that you have arranged with The Home Depot will be completed after the installation of your new countertop.